For our animals, truly integrated veterinary care consists of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) and conventional veterinary treatments. CAM covers a wide range of well-respected treatments, or modalities, that are used in veterinary and human healthcare.  Examples are: acupuncture, herbal medicine, hydrotherapy, physiotherapy, homeopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic treatment and massage therapies or body work. 

CAM4animals is a consumer-led organisation promoting CAM and integrated veterinary care in the UK.

CAM in action …


EM Tick-off Necklaces – a natural way to prevent ticks on dogs

Ticks are the bane of dog-owners’ lives. These tiny, blood-sucking insects find their way on to your dog’s coat when they venture into an infested area. It is important to get rid of ticks as soon as possible, ticks as soon as you find them as they can carry debilitating and potential lethal diseases, such as Lyme Disease.

Giving voice


The human-animal bond is incredibly strong and has been ever since we began domesticating and caring for animals. Veterinary care is integral to this bond and CAM4animals believes there is a significant role for complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) within this.  Giving Voice has been published to honour this and to raise money for CAM4Animals.

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To promote and ensure greater access to veterinary CAM.  Here’s how you can help…